Digital Radiography (X-Ray)
X-rays are one of the most common procedures used to diagnose a wide variety of conditions in nearly every area of the body. Digital x-rays are performed similarly to conventional x-rays, but use a special imaging detector that “reads” the body part rather than exposing it on film. This is the same technique used for regular digital cameras. Digital x-rays allow for faster results and delivery to other doctors, as the images can be viewed on a computer rather than having to send the actual film.